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Shits (2019)
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David Shrigley

Shits (2019)

Edition of 125 unique works
Hand-painted acrylic on 640 gsm Fabriano Artistico paper
75.5 x 56 cm (29.9 x 22 in)
Signed, numbered and dated by the artist on the reverse
$4,500
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Hand-painted by the artist in his Brighton studio, 'Shits' is a new limited edition multiple consisting of 125 unique variations of a single image. David Shrigley's distinctive drawing style imbued with dry humour cuts to the point of human nature, making satirical comments on everyday situations and human interactions. Recurring themes pervade his story telling, capturing child-like views of the world; the perspective of aliens and monsters or the compulsive habits of an eavesdropper shouting out loud. His simple, verging-on-juvenile drawings annotated with his distinctive scrawling handwriting hold up a sardonic mirror which somehow generates flashes of profound clarity.

David Shrigley's hilarious and disturbing doodles, sculptures, and anecdotes depict the world as an absurd place. He embraces the paranoias, obsessions (stalking is a favourite theme), insecurities, moral conundrums, preoccupations, and anxieties of everyday life. Everyone is fair game for his humour, from the British Royal Family to his peers in the art world. From the childlike renderings and messy handwriting of his drawings to the spontaneous "public" projects documented in photographs and his playful sculptures, his work is anti-monumental and whimsical, but inherently sincere.